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Which subjectEnglish
What topicPresent perfect
What length (min)30
What age groupYear or Grade 6
Class size20
What curriculum
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Check previous homework
Ask some students to presents their homework
Add a physical break
Add group activities
Include homework
Show correct answers
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Number of slides5
Create fill-in cards for students
Create creative backup tasks for unexpected moments

Lesson plan

Lesson Details

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National Curriculum

This lesson is aligned with the national curriculum for English at Year or Grade 6.

Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Introduction to Present Perfect 5 minutes Introduce the present perfect tense and explain its uses. Give examples of the present perfect.
2 Simple Past Vs. Present Perfect 5 minutes Explain the difference between simple past and present perfect tenses. Give examples and ask students to identify which tense is used.
3 Forming Sentences 10 minutes Teach students how to form sentences using the present perfect tense. Write examples on the whiteboard and students should practice making sentences with their classmates.
4 Group Activity 5 minutes Assign students into groups and give them a task to make sentences using present perfect. Ask each group to share their work.
5 Printable Cards Activity 5 minutes Distribute printable cards to each student and give them a time limit to complete them during class. The cards should include present perfect sentences for the students to identify the tense.
6 Collecting Assignment 5 minutes Collect the completed cards and randomly check each student's work. Homework should be assigned to students to practice the present perfect tense.

Homework

Students are required to complete a worksheet with present perfect sentences. The homework must be checked without asking any students to present it in front of the class.

Lesson script

Good morning class! Today we will be learning about the present perfect tense. Are you excited to learn something new? The present perfect tense refers to actions or events that happened in the past but have a connection to the present. For example, "I have eaten breakfast today." It's a past action but it connects the past to the present because the day isn't over yet.

Simple Past Vs. Present Perfect (5 minutes)

Now, let's discuss the difference between simple past and present perfect tenses. Simple past tense refers to actions that happened at a specific time in the past, for example, "I ate breakfast this morning." In contrast, the present perfect tense is used for actions or events that started in the past but continue up to the present. Can anyone give me an example of the present perfect tense?

Forming Sentences (10 minutes)

Great job! Now we're going to learn how to form sentences using present perfect. First, let's take a look at some examples: "I have played basketball." "She has studied English." "They have watched a movie." Now, I want you to work together with your classmates to make sentences using the present perfect tense. Take turns and practice speaking with each other.

Group Activity (5 minutes)

Let's do a group activity now, where you will be making sentences using the present perfect tense. I will divide you into groups, and each group will get a task to make sentences using present perfect. Once you finish, each group will share their work.

Printable Cards Activity (5 minutes)

Now it's time for an activity using printable cards. Everyone will receive a card with a present perfect sentence on it. Your task is to identify the tense and write it down on a piece of paper. You will have five minutes to complete this activity.

Collecting Assignment (5 minutes)

Now I'm going to collect the completed cards. Great job, everyone! I will randomly check some of your work, so please make sure you put effort into it. For homework, you will be completing a worksheet with present perfect sentences. Make sure you understand the tense before you start doing the homework. Thank you for your participation. See you next class!

Slides

| --- | --- | --- | | 1 | {Image: A classroom} | Today's lesson: Present Perfect Tense | | 2 | {Image: A clock} | Simple Past Vs. Present Perfect: Simple past refers to actions that happened at a specific time in the past. Present perfect tense is used for actions or events that started in the past but continue up to the present | | 3 | {Image: A group of people} | Forming Sentences: Examples of present perfect tense: "I have played basketball." "She has studied English." "They have watched a movie." | | 4 | {Image: A group activity} | Group Activity: You will be making sentences using the present perfect tense | | 5 | {Image: Worksheets} | Printable Cards Activity and Collecting Assignment: You will be completing a worksheet with present perfect sentences for homework|

Homework

  1. What does the present perfect tense refer to?
  2. Give an example sentence of the present perfect tense.
  3. What is the difference between simple past and present perfect tenses?
  4. Can you make a sentence using the present perfect tense?
  5. What did you do in the group activity using present perfect tense?
  6. What was your task in the printable cards activity?
  7. What is your homework for tonight?

Printables

| -------- | ------ | | What is the present perfect tense? | | | Give an example of a sentence in the present perfect tense. | | | How does the simple past tense differ from the present perfect tense? | | | Can you provide an example of a sentence in simple past tense? | | | What are the steps in forming a sentence in the present perfect tense? | | | What is the group activity for this lesson? | | | What is the printable cards activity? | | | What will the homework be about? | |

Backup questions

  1. What is the difference between a simple past and present perfect tense?
  2. Can you tell me one action that happened in the past but has a connection to the present?
  3. Can you make a present perfect sentence using the word "travel"?
  4. What is the task in the group activity, and how can you complete it successfully?